Til We DIY
Lughole
Waiting for Soundcheck
Blood on Bass
Taking the Decks
Sound Gear
Halifax Free Party
Bassface
Spitting Bars
Bonfire
Spitting Bars
Outside the Tent
UK Mondo
Chris
Making Bass Wobbles
Producing
Danger
The Drop
Red Bassface
Wub Club
After Party
Chest
Wub Club
Smoking
Doomlines
Bleeding For Your Work
Blood
Eytan
Scream
Buckfast
Moshing
OHMS
TAAE
Pedro and Craig
Jamming
Off to Practice
at Plot 22
Mixing
Upside Down
Ravers
Skanking
Southbank Warehouse
MC
Druids
Wub Club
Wall Decorations
Dancing
Keeping Dog
Henny
Mixing
Photo Bomb
HarleyLikesMusic
Muddy
House Party
Golden Harvest
Riders
Acid House
Balaclava
Painting the Wall
Grovsner Hotel
Tye Die Tapes
Redevelopment of Sydney Street
House Party
Dining Room
House Rules
Bars in the House
Carpet
Rig in the Room
Tramlines

Til We DIY

As traditional high street venues are dying, young people are taking things into their own hands. This photo essay investigates the current boom in illegal Raves and DIY music venues. Commissioned by NME.  

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Lughole

Punk and metal fans standing outside the DIY venue, The Lughole, next to match day drinkers outside a local pub. A DIY venue is a space that operates around the law and falls somewhere in between a practice space and a music venue, they often have a bring your own booze policy and use temporary events notices to get around licensing issues. Sheffield.